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said he is going to kill us all tonight. >> what if you were married to a monster? >> don't know that fear, nobody knows that fear unless you're living in it. >> held prisoner by a secret. >> you do not tell anybody. and if you ever do, i will kill you. >> your children in danger. >> my shirt was ripped. i was sweating like crazy. i couldn't breathe. i was afraid to look back. >> tonight, a family faces something evil. >> i have done things that are bad. i have things to hide. >> have you ever killed anyone? >> yes. >> could you do what they did? >> this is the moment, this is the one time, the one chance you have to do something. >> this would be a day of reckoning. >>> welcome to "dateline," everyone, i'm lester holt. imagine living in fear right under your own roof. the woman at the center of tonight's story could be any wife and mom and she was in danger. telling the truth could set her free, but it could also cost her life. an impossible choice, till she saw the surprise bravery of her young daughter. here's amy robach. >> reporter: bern nah debt sue graham is a pretty woman
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>>> these all for now. i'm lester holt. thanks for joining us. >>> it might be the most dangerous part of your child's day and you're not there when our teens are behind the wheel, how do they do? cameras in the car reveal the truth. >> this is probably illegal. >> and parents will see every moment. >> that shocks me. >> maybe you'd feel better if someone else were driving, but what if that person seemed to be high or drunk? >> gave myself a couple shots before this. >> you took shots? >> would your child get in the car with this guy? parents watch as our hidden cameras capture their children's choices unfolding in realtime. >> an eye other, right? >> some kids will blow it. >> i really feel like crying almost. >> lowers make the right choice. >> no drink and driving. >> how do you make sure your teen makes good decisions? >> parents can have a tremendous influence on their kids, much more so than they think. >> natalie morales with my kid would never do that. >>> thanks for joining us, i'm lester holt. it is something we all worry b how would our kids hand al tricky or dangerous
by david goldman to bring his abducted son, sean, home from brazil. tonight, sean takes us through the story as only he can, moment by moment, remarkably open about what so many wanted to know, his long journey back from brazil, his life here at home and whether he ever lost faith in his father. here's meredith vieira. are. >> like any 12-year-old boy, he is he can be antsy. >> is this going to take a long time? >> no the prospect of sitting still for a dell vision interview didn't exactly appealing. >> five payments of questions? >> no, we are not going to do -- you are too smart. but behind sean goldman's shy smile and the awkward discomfort that tends to define preteen boys it is immediately obvious there is something different about this sixth grader. you're doing really well in school, as in honor roll s that right? >> yeah. >> your dad said you had a little difficulty with math but you mastered it? >> yeah. >> so that must have felt good, to have a challenge and to be able to get through it? >> yeah. that's life, gettinging through challenges. >> that something you would have
. it just starts to make you wonder. is this what happens when you age? my friends used to say i was the lucky one. i had the fun parents. where's the fun now? night guys! [ sighs ] ♪ [ male announcer ] venza. from toyota. sleep in my contacts. [ male announcer ] venza. relax... air optix® night & day aqua contact lenses are approved for up to 30 days and nights of continuous wear, so it's okay to sleep in them. visit airoptix.com for a free 1-month trial. send a note stay informed catch a show. make your point make a memory make a masterpiece. read something watch something and learn something. do it all more beautifully, with the retina display on ipad. ♪ >> since the first word of the massacre in aurora, we've been hearing the steady voice of the city's police chief, daniel oates. he's a 21-year veteran of the new york city police department and also served four years as chief in ann arbor, michigan before coming to aurora seven years ago. i sat down with him earlier today. >> shooting at century theaters. 14300 east alameda avenue. they're saying someone is shooting in t
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or their proudest moment. we found moms and dads who agreed to let us videotape their teens as they face those critical choice. >> very nervous. >> like will they be able to resist the powerful urge to pick up their phones while driving? >> i'm expect egg the worst and hoping for the best. >> in 2009, 16% of fatal crashes involving teenagers were caused by distracted driving. many teens were distracted by cell phones. it's our first test tonight. we'll be following four teens who have recently got their driver's licenses. and thanks to their insurance company, american family, have also just had a special camera installed in their cars called a drive cam. if they make any risky driving maneuvers, like these scary scenes collected by drive cam, it will be caught on tape. here, a teen, basis texting, swerves off the road and takes out a mailbox. will the camera catch them on their phones, like this teen? >> oh [ bleep ]. >> or like this girl, so dangerously distracted by her phone that she runs off the road? [ screaming ] luckily, no one was seriously hurt. >> as parents, we have to really under
never do that. >>> thanks for joining us, i'm lester holt. we all want our kids to shine in school and on the playing field and so do they, but how do we make sure they do well on their own and not by cheating? natalie morales joins us now with important information as we take a look at the hidden life of your children. natalie? >> everyone knows the key to success is hard work. unfortunately, as some kids discover, cheating is easier, but there are things you can do to raise a kid who doesn't cheat. now you may think your kids would never take the easy way out, but watch and learn. >> i see it every day every class. >> you turn to the left and look at the other kid's paper. >> everyone cheats at one time or another. >> it's an open ecret in just before he american school. >> i'm up all night studying and they're cheating it make mess feel as if my hard work is for nothing. >> experts call it an epidemic. students stay is an art. >> try to be a better cheater than a better student. >> i have seen girls write in the slits of their skirt. >> put little pieces of paper for answers in
think the reason stories like this have such an impact on us is because we can all understand what it would be. to have somebody that we love taken from us in this fashion. what it would be like. i had a chance to visit with each family and most of the conversation was filled with memory. there was an opportunity. i confessed to them that words are always inadequate in these kinds of sitweigh situations, by main task was to serve as representative of the entire country and let them know we are thinking about this at this moment and we will continue to think about them each and every day and that the that the awareness that not only all of america but much of the world is thinking of them might serve as some comfortment. i tried to assure them that the perpetrator of this evil act has received attention and that attention will fade away. in the end, after he has felt the full force of our justice system, what will be remembered are the good people who were impacted by this tragedy. to the entire community of aurora, the country is thinking of you. so, thank you. god bless you. god b
from the heart. he uses language that's offensive. speaking those words at the time he did was risking his life to be heard and to awaken the country to a bitter truth. ray cannot remember a time when these flickering black and white images of mississippi in the 1960 weren't part of his life. >> stirring up trouble among peaceful god fearing people of the south. >> images of a segregated society where a white plantation manager like this one thought nothing of barging into the homes of his black tenants. >> never denied anything. >> no. >> the images come from one of the documentaries ray's father frank produced, wrote and directed for nbc news. >> tell me what your knowledge of the film was. you were a little kid when your father went off on this assignment to mississippi. >> yeah. i was two, three years old. didn't know anything about my dad's work until years later. i remember when we used to screen the films at home they were in black and white. it was like another world. >> the documentary titled "mississippi, a self-portrait" was shot in the spring of 1965, less than a year after
"dateline." for all of us here at nbc news, good night. >>> sometimes in life there are sort of these magical moments. it's the time to stand up for what you believe in. >> if you searched your family's roots, what would you find? she set out to solve a mist yst and found a hero. >> to think i was reelat elatel someone who did something profound. >> he was a civil rights aaye con. >> yes. >> rolocked on a piece of film. >> i didn't want my children to have to go through it. >> explosive then. haunting now. >> i said they could kill you. he said, i want to be heard. raw words with great risk and great power to change. >> my heart broke from him. i didn't realize how much jeopardy he was in. >> tonight, a journey back in time to unlock a mystery. >> who is booker wright? >> and to uncover the truth. >> if we are willing to take a chance, a risk we can make a difference. >> finding booker's place. >> welcome to "dateline." i'm l i'm lester hold. the young woman in tonight's story started a search and crossed paths with a hollywood producer who was on a mission of his own. their
it into the crack in the seats between -- in front of us and i got stuck and he was crying and i was, like, his head is exposed. he's going to get shot. i can't stand up because people were standing up getting shot. >> reporter: we have much more to report to you tonight and we'll have complete coverage of the shooting and the ongoing investigation in our second hour tonight. but first, now, a very different kind of investigation. >> i don't go under cover every day. that's what made me nervous. >> they had a secret plan. >> were you armed? >> yes. >> and you were wearing a wire? >> yes, to solve a baffling case, a college student on a friday night out who vanished. >> she was a very shy girl, but she was something special. >> the possible suspects, just about everyone. the friend, the boyfriend, the mysterious older man, even her mom. >> i was shocked that he even suspected me. >> so why were police at a dead end? enter this guy. >> he sees things other cops don't see? >> phenomenal. >> they call him the evidence whisperer. he's about to crack this case before your eyes. >> the answer was in the de
, and tonight we invite you to tell us what you're thinking with the debut of dateline chatline, a new web app that brings together your conversations on facebook and twitter, giving you a chance to chat with correspondent chet morrison live as the clues unfold. now, go inside "a deadly connection." >> welcome to "dateline," everyone. i'm lester holt. it's friday night, and someone love, maybe one of your kids, is heading out for some fun. a few worries? sure, about dating, driving, hook-ups. but the two women in this story found a very different kind of trouble. for each, the simple joys of a night out would lead to the most confounding and terrifying of mysteries. here's keith morrison. >> reporter: the woman in the icu was barely alive. her jaw shattered from an attack. a once beautiful face, hardly recognizable after the brutal beating, the fire, the ball, the nearly massive fatal stroke. someone thought she would be dead. no. someone who fled into the night. someone killing women. and this one deep in a coma at the threshold of death is their only chance to catch him before he does it aga
of the controversy, the military moved the romeros back to the u.s. to tucson, arizona. >> can you read these key words? >> reporter: they decided to home school josie and she began seeing a psychologist who supported the decision to let her live as a girl. the romeros changed her name legally. josie claudine romero. >> hi. my name is josie. i'm a girl. >> when i got my girl name, i felt like everything was done. but apparently not. >> reporter: not done, not by a long shot. because by age nine, josie was filled with anxiety again. this time over something neither her nor her parents could control. her own growing body. >> i'm changing like boy style. >> coming up, a whole new crisis. was josie about to take matters into her own hands? >> she's in the bathroom. and she's got her nail clippers. and it was like she was building up her determination to go through with doing it. >> when ""dateline"" continues. usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection, and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans and their
. for most of us, a dunk in the backyard pool will suffice. but for the more adventurous, a ticket to paradise. >> it's a majestic world. it's just awe-inspiring. >> it's incredibly peaceful. you're down there with the fish. you look around you and it's amazing. the closer you look, the more beautiful it gets. >> all of your senses are getting overloaded, your visual colors are just phenomenal. >> david swain and his wife shelly tire shared that passion for scuba diving. so march of '99, they chartered a 45-foot sailboat and another couple. it doesn't get much better. >> was shelly looking forward to it? >> oh, yeah. it was a definitely a different experience for her. >> she liked to count fish underwater. he liked to photograph. so what could go wrong? as it turned out, quite a lot. they were wreck diving south of the island of tortola when it happened. >> he immediately noticed that her breathing apparatus was out of her mouth. >> i heard an emergency call that there was a diving accident and they needed assistance. >> the body appeared to be lifeless. >> what happened in 30 minu
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